How Lotteries Create Inequality

There is no single act of government that creates more inequality in a shorter amount of time than the lottery. Tickets are mainly purchased by below-average income buyers, and then the winner becomes fabulously wealthy.

Surprisingly, this activity is rarely criticized by “progressives.”

The largest lottery winner in history walked away with an estimated $2.04 billion Powerball jackpot.


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